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A Heads Up On Sending Linked clips From FCP to Soundtrack Pro

If you are working with clips in Final Cut Pro that have been linked to audio that came from different media sources and you want to "Send To" Soundtrack Pro for audio editing, the clip would be greyed out and would not allow you to do so. The same would hold true if you had a video clip with its associated audio from the same media source linked with audio clips that came from different sources. Two mono clips linked to form a stereo pair will give you the same problem.

You would need to UNLINK the media in these clips in order to Send To Soundtrack Pro Audio File Project.


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Check out this page filled with Final Cut Pro Audio tips (includes unlinking clips).

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